Jim Ross left a few tweets regarding WWE’s new DVD on Steve Austin since it was announced, in which he revealed it’s planned for release this year and should be out in time for Christmas.
He also commented on the project in his latest blog entry:
Why will the upcoming Stone Cold DVD be different than previous Austin DVDs? The two biggest reasons are that Steve himself will be hands on as a producer of this DVD and will be selecting the footage/content PLUS with social media as it is fans are flooding various sources with ideas and suggestions as to what they would like to see in this presentation. Social media wasn’t too advanced when the last Austin DVD was released. I know on Twitter (@JRsBBQ) that we’ve gotten a ton of suggestions from fans for this DVD. I’ve always believed that one should listen to their customers.
Talked with Austin earlier today and he’s amped about this project because he’s going to be able to be much more involved in it and to be able to address several matters that heretofore haven’t been. I’ve done a three hour interview already for this DVD and will hopefully be able to help in other ways if called upon.
OMG! The Top 50 Incidents in WWE History will be rated 18 in the United Kingdom according to BBFC, which is a first since 2009. That means it will probably have a TV-14 rating in North America.
“OMG!” will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on August 23rd in the US and is expected early September in the UK when buying at Silvervision.co.uk.
Below is Eddie Guerrero’s profile from upcoming Greatest Superstars of the 21st Century DVD/Blu-ray, which is released by WWE at the end of this month.